If I had any coding skills, I would actually make the games floating around in my head. Pokemon/Sailor Moon crossovers. Real original, right? :hmm: But they would be different from the main Pokemon games.
In the games (the original and the sequel or sequels), you play as Chibi-Usa/Rini. (It would be Rini, because these would be English games, but I think of the characters with their Japanese names. ^^;) Your Pokemon start at level 5 and are locked to your party. In the original, because you've traveled back in time, just like Spiky-Eared Pichu they can't evolve. However, they also can't gain experience or happiness. Your job is to go back in
Are the carols getting to you yet? (They're everywhere. You can't escape.) I'm going to visit family, and we'll make stollen (German sweet bread) and annoy each other and eat too much and get unnecessary stuff we'll never use.
I love Christmas. :heart:
:omg: Just a tremor in our area, but I've just lived through my first major geologic event! :D Apparently there was a 5.9 magnitude earthquake in the DC area, felt all the way up in New York (or so the news says). :sherlock: The house and the bookcases rattled a bit. At first I thought it was insanely strong winds, but I looked outside and the trees were barely moving. :ohmygod: Then I realized, "Oh, it must be an earthquake." So that was cool! And when I went downstairs to check on the cat, she just blinked at me and went back to sleep. On top of the clean laundry. :lmao: Oh well :roll:
I just finished reading the second book in Kristen Britain's Green Rider series, "Call of the First Rider". It was quite good. :D But the end made me sad. :( I wondered, was this going to turn out like "The King's Damosel"? :noes: No! I'd stop reading the series before I stood for that!
So I went to Wikipedia and looked up the series. :paranoid: ... Apparently the next book is reminiscent of "Forever..." and its sequels, by Jude Devereaux, in which--well, I don't want to spoil it. :shh: But I didn't like the way things turned out there, or the ending of "The Pearl of the Soul of the World", by Meredith Ann Pierce, for similar reasons. And ye